Aug 26, 2013 5:00pm PDT
for the way that you provided for us throughout this trip, god. >> kristin hendrix is from norman, oklahoma. >> i have grown up in a christian home and in a christian school, to where that is all i have been surrounded with. i wasn't able to truly make my faith my own. >> george: and kara crenshaw is from jackson, tennessee. >> after high school, i was kind of, like, tired of being in a classroom. you're in a classroom for 13 years, and you're expected to go to college right after that. i wanted to get out and see the world. >> george: the teenagers signed up with camp kegel, a colorado-based christian organization that encourages students to take a year off from school, in between high school and college. harvard, yale, and princeton are among the champions of these experiences. luke paris directs campkeeper's program. >> we tell students you're making an investment in a year that is going to last a lifetime. >> george: six adventures, six countries, and three continents. it all starts with orientation week. >> sitting in this little valley in between two mountains with a river running thr
Aug 5, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. chris, tell us more. >> reporter: george, it is happening all the way from the east coast of africa to the deserts of sinai. they are conducting a human trafficking trade that has human misery and reaps millions of dollars. while it is no secret and could be stopped, so far no one has dared. >> by that time, i had lust and sin. and this was the result of the actual torture, and mainly because both of my wrists were tied up so tight. and i was hanged from the ceiling for three days. >> reporter: he is just one victim of a widespread modern day slavery, kidnapping and torture trade in the sinai desert. you can find many pictures and videos of this horrible practice on the internet. we call this christian man from the africa country of aratrea, phillip, but that is not his real name. we covered his identity for his protection. >> in some cases, we were tortured because we were christians. >> sinai was always a place for human smuggling, but since around two years ago, it started to be also a place of human torture. >> reporter: she is with physicians for human rights. they've documente
Aug 12, 2013 5:00pm PDT
and well which to significant insights. good to have you with us today. today, we are bringing you interview that my wife shirley did with author and inspirational speaker jennifer rothschild. jennifer has been blind since she was teenager never stopped her from pursuing a have i grant life. in fact, being blind has just been kind of a side note to her life today. >> she speaks all over the
Aug 19, 2013 5:00pm PDT
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